An inlaid marble pattern is a result of placing tiny pieces of marble on top of another material to create in high decorative or ornamental design. With inlaid marble pattern decorative tile, the design options are seemingly endless. Designs can range from very simple, muted patterns to highly complex visual masterpieces. Inlay work requires high skill because the process can be time-consuming.
Porcelain backed marble is made of a fusion of ceramic and porcelain backing and a marble surface. In the design world, this composite material is called Marmocer. Marcmocer is viewed as a marriage of materials that creates a tile with a luxury natural stone top and moisture-resistant non-porous material as the base. Essentially porcelain-backed marble gives the best of both worlds – aesthetics, and durability.
Inlaid marble tile has a plethora of uses. Inlaid marble living room floors, inlaid marble bathroom showers, and inlaid kitchen floors are some of the most common ways designers utilize the style. Outside of these uses, inlaid marble wall cladding and tabletops have been popular in past decades.
Depending on the scale of the project the cost of inlaid marble installation can range from moderate to expensive. Fortunately, we have a collection of exceptionally beautiful inlaid marble tiles. With selections starting as low as $5.95 per square foot our inlaid marble tile products deliver in looks and function.
Porcelain backed marble can last just as long if not longer than tile made of pure marble. This is due to the non-porous composition of porcelain. Porcelain’s non–porous attribute helps prevent water from breaking down the material over long periods of time. Porcelain backed marble is essentially a technological upgrade for an ancient material.
Marble tile is a luxury stone that doesn’t break easily, especially if it is regularly sealed for upkeep. Porcelain in terms of breakage porcelain is not as durable as marble, but the two are incredibly strong when combined thanks to the epoxy used to fuse the materials together.